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So we took part in a review opportunity for an iPhone 6 plus case. It came to us like this:
And then we put it on Mister’s phone. It worked alright. I just say alright, because it wasn’t super awesome. I keep my phone in my back pocket practically all the time. Mister keeps his phone in his side pocket constantly. I prefer a rigid case that surrounds all edges of my phone. I got the feeling after trying this one out that Mister does too. It’s not a bad case. It’s just not one that works for our family. It fit nicely though. I’ll show you.
See, not so bad. Right? Well, that’s when we noticed a slight little issue. The blue trim that you see is rigid plastic. See how it doesn’t go all the way around the phone? (Meaning it doesn’t extend to the top and bottom edges). Well, this is what that means:
Look at that separation! I’m not a fan of this, simply because we had a charger issue before and went to the apple store only to discover that there was just pocket lint in the charger port on the bottom of the phone. (Yes, that actually happened). I’m also not crazy about how loose this is just because of the fact that we keep our phones in our pockets practically all the time. It seems to me that the thin silicone will rub against our clothes inside the pockets and will stretch it out and the coverage would be even less over time.
That’s just our opinion though. It wasn’t something we were crazy about, and it only lasted on Mister’s phone about a day before he put another fully rigid case back on. If you like a lighter silicone case, then this is definitely for you. If you’re more accustomed to otter boxes, then this may seem a little lightweight for your taste. If you’re interested in the maker, the case, or any of the information, you can find it here. #iphone6pluscase
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